William Shatner addresses Ohio convention audience earlier this week.
A sci-fi icon beamed down to Cleveland to share his enterprising insights at a major marketing convention.
This week, the Small Business Administration announced that it’s made nearly 130 loans to northern Ohio manufacturers in this most current fiscal year, which looks to be on par with 2012.
New figures from the Small Business Administration and a survey by an accounting firm show manufacturers feeling good about their future.
The Painesville, Ohio, power plant recently turned 125 years old. It still burns coal to produce electricity, though operators expect to complement Painesville power production with wind and hydropower in the near future.
President Obama recently announced that he’s directing the E-P-A to crack down on air pollution from coal-powered utility plants. Many in the coal industry complained, but utility companies were generally more-muted in their reaction.
Crews block a downtown Cleveland street during the recent filming of "Captain America: The Winter Soldier."
“Captain America: The Winter Soldier” is trying to ride the coattails of “The Avengers”, part of which was shot in Northeast Ohio two years ago. Along with the car chases and firefights comes renewed debate over Ohio’s film tax credits, without which none of this activity would likely take place in Ohio.
The Horseshoe Casino in Cleveland was the state's first when it opened last year.
Ohio’s first casino has boosted city and county coffers, but it’s also increased construction and calls to the state’s problem gambling line.